A recipe for success from observation and conversation with business leaders.
The Four Types Of Learners are a playful set of labels for you to think and learn.
Organisations are adopting new ways of working with Blockchain. They are focusing the business problem and collaboration as new ways of working
Recollecting advice that was received that helped heaps. Advice that gave a very good perspective to the work ahead.
Only 3% of the leaders say they saw lasting change in their firm due to Digital Transformation. In 2018 organisations invested a trillion dollars on digital transformation. The spend is expected to be 1.2 trillion dollars in 2019. Why would only 3% firms see lasting change and only 14% firms see economic benefit after making Read more
A young man who has just passed out of campus asked me a simple question: “How can I have a thriving career given that there is so much change happening?”. The first thing he ought to do, I suggested, was to stop seeking straightforward answers as soon as the question popped up. One part of Read more
“The Blockchain world will be boring in 2019“. This will be good for the industry and allow it to make quiet progress, was the prediction. It hasn’t been so quiet after all. Here is a curation of the latest news in the Blockchain world. News in Blockchain Satoshi Nakamoto , the creator(s) of Blockchain and Read more
Conferences are a confluence of ideas, people and products. Each of those, are triggers for a greater search. For they always spark off imagination and start off new conversations. For that reason, it is important to follow the right conference. With Twitter and other social feeds, the conversation only gets further augmented. SHRM Tech ’19, Read more
The expression “raising the bar” comes from sport. To raise the bar indicates the setting of a new standard. What it often results in, is a new a new set of expectations. Every-time I hear that expression, I am reminded of Sergei Bubka, the pole vaulter who broke the world record 35 times! The story Read more
Last week, I bumped into someone who I hadn’t met in a long while. It was he who walked up to me and said hello. Truth be told, I had struggled to place him. He was a pale version of the easy, sharp, witty, handsome and fit chap everyone else wanted to be. “One success Read more